Vaping is one of the most effective and popular ways to use CBD. With such a diverse range of products available, it’s important to know which oils are suitable for vaping, and how you can verify their quality. One caution: if you use prescription medications, you should always consult your doctor before incorporating CBD into your regimen.
CBD made for vaping is sometimes referred to as “CBD Vape Oil”, but it doesn’t contain any actual oil. A more appropriate name for it is CBD Vape Juice. It’s generally made with food grade ingredients, so they can also be taken orally, but are very different from oil-based tinctures. Look carefully at the ingredients. If it contains anything other than PG, VG, CBD extract, terpenes and cannabinoids, then it’s most likely unsuitable for inhalation. It should say something about vaping, vape juice, e-liquid or e-juice on the label and should not contain any actual oil.
Cannabis-derived products such as CBD oil, CBD vape and hemp-infused items have gradually grown in popularity across the UK over the past few years. Whether derived from hemp or cannabis, the potency of CBD will depend on the results of its lab tests, which should be available for all CBD products sold in the UK. As a reputable CBD wholesaler, we have all lab reports for the CBD products we sell available to view and download from our website.
All of the wholesale CBD products we supply and distribute comply with the UK law. Any ‘high’-inducing THC or Tetrahydrocannabinol has been removed or reduced to permitted levels to comply with UK and EU regulations. This ensures that your customer will only get the health benefits of CBD and none of the unwanted side effects, commonly associated with Cannabis.